Purchased this watch from the States about 6 weeks ago - 10k RGP - musical note like lugs. I had the back off and there was a retainer to hold the movement tight in the case. This was spring like and it was a devil of a job to get back - I forgot to make a note of the movement number. I don 't feel inclined to have another look!
In reply to Hi Scott - yes its about 21mm by 1939noel
G' Day Noel,
I suspect then (as per the 1955 G-S and '69 SUC acrylics catalogs) that it's either the "IVANHOE" (at: 21.2 or 3mm x 18.8- 9mm? AND IF the crystal curves slightly in BOTH directions?)
Or... if the curvature is rather ONLY vertical (lengthwise) then it's most likely the "HARRINGTON!?"
BEST :-) Scott
P.S. I've since also located a third option, the "REGIS." (Or shall I say second, as the Ivanhoe curved and flat top crystals, curve both ways, on the bezel...) Now I'm frankly not certain which design this watch IS!?
In reply to Noel, rear case. Is it SS or by FifthAvenueRes…
In reply to Hi - Rear case gold - stamped by 1939noel
In reply to Here's another, which is by FifthAvenueRes…
I thought so! (A "Harrington," vs. Ivanhoe...) The "gabled" style glass is spec'd for the 57ish "IVANHOE." (I may list one on eBay?) But I suspect it would lOOk better on that model, vs. the "HARRINGTON?" Anyone have what they believe to be the IVAN???
You should add- in "Harrington" under the "Unknown" (2nd box) if you haven't yet, Noel... (So Stephen can in turn review and update the model name, after adding that model to the (drop down) list...
BEST :-) Scott